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I'd like to hear a tune played in different keys on the same instrument, maybe an old chestnut, or in the same key on different instruments  ( say C/G, G/d or D/A Anglo ).  Anyone?

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Peter Trimming ( @PeterT) played. 🐐

Sweet Jenny Jones in G and in C

Rattling Bog in D and in G

 

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Thank you.  That's exactly what I was looking for......🙂

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28 minutes ago, Wolf Molkentin said:

it might make sense to point you to a pleasant étude by Geoff from good old TOTM days... 🙂

 

It certainly does, Wolf.  Beautiful playing and I can only echo Don's post below the entry.  There is much to aspire to from all the players here!

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Ring o' Bells in two keys on 30 button Anglo.

 

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The Webley in 2 keys on a 20 button Anglo:

 

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Excellent!  What are the home keys of the two intruments?

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How about 4 different keys, same tune, same instrument? Check out Brian Peters' amazing arrangement of "Farewell Manchester" on his Anglophilia CD.

 

The tune is also known in Morris circles as "Ring O'Bells".

 

Gary

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